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. mr. chris christie, i am the last person in the world to tell him he should join a gym, but watching him get out of the suv was like watching be russians get out of afghanistan. [laughter]>> you got him on that one. they liked it. >> they did. >national politician in the country -- chris christie. >> why? >> on contrived in public. he is -- uncontrived in public. he is distinctive at a time when the brand of politicians is in the seller --cellar. he is the only national figure that has positive ratings from both republicans and democrats. >> would be country go for another bush? wax jeb bush is so different that the question is, will the republicans understand? jeb bush understands that in 2040 texas will be 20% anglo. george w. bush carried new jersey, carried illinois, carried ohio, carried michigan, kerry california. those states are no longer -- he carried maine and vermont. those states are not even competitive for republicans now. if your publican party is ever going to be competitive again, it has got to understand that what jeb bush has been telling them, especially reaching
republicans can do? >> geraldo has great name i.d. what can i say? >> is it chris christie campaigning for geraldo rivera? is that just something that you can't wait to see? >> it's an interesting time if you're ever going to, you know, go for a senate seat when you're an unlikely candidate, doing it on the tails of chris christie is probably a really smart thing to do. >> but the reality of new jersey is what it is. but this -- how has cory booker handled this frank lautenberg dance? it doesn't look to me he's handled it well. >> it's a difficult situation, no doubt about it. still an incumbent u.s. senator for all intents and purposes still claims to be the incumbent u.s. senator. i don't think there's an easy way of doing it. >> i think the person who has handled it worse is frank lautenberg who is constantly out there taunting cory booker. who has a million followers on twitter. he's a good guy. he's saving dogs. he's saving people from their homes. i don't know if i would -- >> given new jersey's politics, i don't know if this could have gone down any differently. >> that's what c
.o.p. in the garden state. hopefully get the support of people like our incomparable governor chris christie and others. i have got my fingers crossed and i'm also probing it. it is something we are seriously considering. definitely. >> laura: geraldo packed. >> move to jersey. >> laura: okay. well, next on the run down another attack on american embassy today. this time a deadly suicide bombing in turkey how will the united states respond? and later marco rubio taking fire from his own party for his immigration plan. will conservative outcry kill the measure? we'll have a debate. the factor will be right back. >> laura: thanks for staying with us. i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. in the unresolved problem segment tonight, a suicide bomber struck the u.s. embassy in turkey today killing himself and a guard. turkish officials suspect the bomber was connected to a domestic left wing militant group but so far no terror outfit has claimed responsibility. at the white house today jay carney was quick to call it an act of terror it? >> it is a terrorist attack. however, we do not know at t
, ladies. nice to see you. excited? >> we are so excited! >> let's start with christie, raise your hand. you are in your second year. you are a middle school teacher. how do you balance your teaching obligations with your fun on the field with the 49ers? >> we have a really great schedule because we have girls from all over northern california and southern california, we practice saturdays as a team but it leaves the rest of the week open for full-time careers so it works out great and i'm able to incorporate everything into my job, my students and the family love the 49ers and they love seeing me as a role model as the school. >> kristine, a veteran third year. what do you think about the courtney, the baltimore raven cheer leader who was thrown off the squad or not allowed to come to the super bowl because she was about two points overweight? >> you know, i'm just so excited that we got to be here and i know that they have a really large team and they have their own selection criteria and we are fully supportive of their decision. >> you guys don't have the big issues like big brother
but archives. rich demuro, special inspector general for tarp, -- christy romero. she has had prior roles at sigtarp and was also at the u.s. securities and exchange commission who -- and served as counsel to mary schapiro and christopher cox. and investigative financial fraud, insider trading and other violations of securities law. she spent time as a litigator. her jd is from brigham young law school and she went to school here, old dominion university. the special inspector general from tarp and a recent report. treasury continues approving excessive -- excessive pay. on twitter -- is this all hindsight? guest: it is interesting. one of the things we constantly report on is things that should have been done better. you have to respect that a lot of decisions were made with a sense of urgency. but the compensation decisions were not. there was plenty of time to set up a good system for that. and even for the discount -- for the decisions that were made in a rush, it is really important we point out how things could have been done better. let's say we get and the situation where there is
christie a taker? are the people on the jersey shore takers? not makers? are the people in connecticut and on staten island who were devastated by sandy takers and not makers? the congress of the united states, over the last couple months, just voted about 60 or 70 billion dollars to repair the devastation in the new york metropolitan area through new jersey up to connecticut. and i guarantee you that a lot of people who enjoyed the jersey shore or a lot of people who lived on staten island might under other circumstances find a message like ken cuccinnelli's somewhat appealing about the takers in american society, about how the people who become dependent on government. but then when disaster struck the whole rest of the country through the congress weren't takers or makers. they were givers. because this is one country and this is a place where people get together when necessary. now, that was one event and one disaster. but the whole idea of what federal programs are about are not about makers and takers. they're about giving everybody a chance. >> they sure are. >> that was the spe
to take a run. i have got to tell you some are saying he could have the endorsement of governor christie. imagine them stumping. it could be pretty incredible. he would have to run against, perhaps, frank lautenberg, or cory booker, beloved in new jersey politics. an uphill battle. perhaps senator rivera. >> he has been a wild media personality. have to wonder how his background would play into the race. obviously the media, a lot of things we say, you run for office people dig that stuff up. interesting. hope no one throws a chair at him on the campaign trail. also, beyonce speaking of her and the super bowl. her documentary behind the scenes of her life "life is but a dream" premiers on hbo tonight. for the first time, she opens up about her miscarriage. pregnancy was going well, goes back to the doctor. there was no heartbeat. she says -- i went into the studio and wrote the single song i have written in my life. doesn't name the track on her album. the first song i wrote for my album and the best form of therapy for me because it was the saddest thing i have ever been through. the do
about a possible future president and his health. dr. connie is concerned about governor chris christie and his weight fearing he's at risk for heart attack or stroke. christie told constituents yesterday he's well aware and knows it is an issue. >> so far up to 50 years old i've been remarkably healthy. my doctor continues to warn me my luck is going to run out relatively soon. believe me, it is something i'm conscious of. >> he says he has a plan. we're back with more show after the break. stay with us. (vo) this afternoon, current tv is the place for compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. irene, drop the itch. we dropped the itch, you can too. with maximum strength scalpicinĀ®. it's not a shampoo so you can stop intense itch fast wherever you are. i dropped the itch.
real quickly. you said it is the new jersey way, i accept that, it is bipartisan. governor christie exhibits the same kind of responses and has a pretty high approval rating. so we will go forward with taking you at your word. we will have the kind of relationship where we can have a blunt, straight forward, fully disclosed working relationship. i think it is critical for us to provide oversight, the ability for us to have the right kind of agencies so we know where each other is and move forward together in terms of what needs to be done to provide intelligence to that needs to be done to protect the american people. i wanted to say that. i want to follow-up on the leaks because i have a few more questions. it has been discussed with others but let me ask a couple of other questions to clear things up in my mind. my understanding is that the associated press had information relative to a planned operation, perhaps it had something to do with airlines and explosive devices. apparently they had that for a few days and had gone ahead and released it. i'm assuming your answer -- your t
, early precursor to probably the most, if not hillary clinton, loved politician today, chris christie, straight talking, who he is, the embodiment of a region, unapologetically, and obviously stylistically very different but kind of built from the same mold. he was one of the greatest. >> he was another of the generation of these guys, these leaders, that we're losing now to who served in world war ii, was drafted in 1943, landed on a beach in france in 1944, you know, by the time he was 20 something years old and then went on to do all these great things. and he was still, until the end, a fighter. he was smart. he was funny. he'd come on msnbc and get into charming -- if aggressive fights over questions. >> you put that in quotes. >> about new york. he was the mayor of the city at a difficult time, too, donny. new york was not a pretty face when he came into office in 1978. >> a very difficult time. some of new york's toughest times. >> absolutely. remember things in the mid-'70s with the ford administration, the sense that new york was on its own and was going down. koch became the
to my attention and i brought it to many people's attention, including governor christi, all my representatives, that the new jersey transit buses, half the fleet something leased to privately run companies for $1 a per bus. they get to pay, supposedly, with the wage, fair wage thing, the unions, they manipulate that number and they come out and pay their driver the amount. they don't give him any of the benefits. guest: they don't get the same benefits as if they were working on one of the other buses. caller: new jersey transit itself. if you were working for a private carrier leezing our buses we pay for $1 a year. they get half the fleet. they split the half of fleet with three or four families, i don't know if they all end in vowels, but most do, my point is, they come up the head of new jersey transit board came back with me, we get money for -- these things are cash cows, they use these buses for anything from the new york marathon to the p javits certainty convention. they are making thousands and hundreds of thousands and owners of these companies are basically -- they
of his nomination of senate and him talking about energy policy and chris christie bashing climate change post sandy, we have possibly the coalition to create energy policy that has failed in president obama's first term and it will be swallowed down because in term of the politics of winning, you have gore and kerry saying policy equals job creation and that is about the economy. >> i thought the left was against personal enrichment at the cost of the environment. >> al had this position before when he was flying private jets and the question was how does it square with climate change. in a sense, al is hoisted by his own batard, if that if erp to come out and say, we all live in a carbon intensive environment, we cannot all sit in a studio and say, i do not want to have any business with carbon, because here we are with lights and carpeting. >> but the studio does not pay me $50 million. >> nor me. but you cannot opt out of the system. he has not been good at recognizing that we live in the world that we live in and we are trying to get to a different world but -- >> is there an expecta
rivera play in this, if any? answer the question, geraldo. >> he'll be my emissary to chris christie, or governor. i think i need a go between. maybe he'll do the campaign documentary. >> steve: very nice. if you do run, you got to come back. >> i'll be here every friday until such time as it's no longer legal. [ laughter ] >> brian: whoever loses, will take your spot. maybe it will be loutenburg every friday. >> steve: loutenburg at large [ laughter ] >> brian: 89, he's got the vigor. >> gretchen: you're on the top of the news charts, as always. you just have a flair for doing that. good to see you. keep us posted. >> steve: have a super sunday. >> i will. i look forward to the chicken wings. >> gretchen: now for other -- >> brian: get out of my spot. >> gretchen: brian, i need to do a couple headlines, and then we'll talk football again. new audio leased from the alaska airlines plane forced to make an emergency landing after one of the pilots passed out. >> last i heard he was on oxygen probably wait 'til we got to the gate. >> gretchen: the plane did land safely in portland, oreg
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